|Lynch Mob (2009) - Gruesome Hertzogg Horror Movie Review|
The rural town of Lynchburg, Georgia holds a dark secret. A century old curse has condemned the citizens to a diet of human flesh... See full summary Â» Director: Byron Erwin Writers: Rachel Stamper (screenplay), Scott Stamper Stars: Tony Darrow, John J. Cornetta and Michael H. Cole
Keywords: Lynch Mob (2009)
|Death in the Deep South - Ward Greene|
A fictional account of a rape of a young girl committed by a factory owner and his resultant lynching at the hands of a lynch mob. The storyline closely parallels that of the infamous Leo Frank case.
Keywords: murder; homicide; child; girl; lynch; lynch mob; rape; fiction
|Auditory Slam 12/21/12 - CJ Plain|
This edition of Auditory Slam features the interview with the band S.U.N. (Something Unto Nothing). I had the pleasure of speaking with Brian Tichy and Sass Jordan about their project. It was a hilarious interview. I also tossed in 3 hours of old school rock n roll. Playlist will be posted on the blog.
Keywords: CJ Plain; Auditory Slam; Audiotopsy Radio; Sass Jordan; Brian Tichy; Something unto Nothing; S.U.N; Whitesnake; Billy Idol; Salty Dog; Lynch Mob; Canadian Idol
|Dr. Duke speaks out on the Eva Carson murder and against the appalling Black attacks against White women - Dr. David Duke|
David Duke web radio broadcast for 03-09-2008 davidduke.com David Duke Radio Archive for 2008 David Duke Radio Archive for 2007 David Duke Radio Archive for 2006 David Duke's free audio books: Jewish Supremacism My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding
Keywords: lynching; lynch mob; vigilante; interracial crime; eva carson; black crime; black attacks against white women; integration; segregation; jim crow; rape; sexual assault
|George Lynch - Live In Florida - George Lynch|
George Lynch from Dokken performing a live concert in (1999). This show was recorded direct from the mixing console, so the crowd can not be heard very well but the sound of the band is mixed very well for a live event. Band members include Teddy Cook on drums. B.A. Brooks on Bass guitar. Many of you know Teddy Cook from playing with groups such as "Great White" and "Ronnie James Dio" while B.A. Brooks was the bassist for "Roxx Gang" at the time of this concert...
Keywords: George Lynch; Dokken; Lynch Mob; Teddy Cook; Ronnie James Dio; Allen Brooks; Roxx Gang; B.A. Brooks; Florida; 1999; rock; instumental; live; Bishop Steel; concert; alive; show; music; performance; guitar; legend; live; mp3; free; download; 1999; music; rock; metal; Lynch Mob; bvl; tbvl; The Blessed Virgin Larry
|St. Louis Argus: December 11, 1916|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated: 12/11/1916
Keywords: naacp; anthony crawford; northern migration; mass meeting; Dr. J.T. Breedlove; Dr. H. T. Bolden; Dr. R.D. Jones; Abbeville lynching; hanging; lynch mob; kansas city; webster groves; meacham park; elmwood park; kinloch; east st. louis; chesterfield; alton; farmington; board of education; election fraud; democratic party; republican party; poro college; ymca; ywca; J.M.M. Stokes; Sumner High School; ww1; negro soldiers
|St. Louis Argus: December 15, 1916|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated 12/15/1916
Keywords: Frank M. Slater; ywca; ymca; poro college; segregation; marcus garvey; Dr. Bolden; standard life insurance; Rev. B.G. Shaw; Annie Malone; Dr. T.A. Curtis; republican party; mass meeting; lincoln institute; lynch mob; farmington; webster groves; Gov. Manning; Abbeville; L.C. Dyer; pearl of the army; christmas; the trooper of troop k
|St. Louis Argus, May 25, 1917|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated: 5/25/1917
Keywords: race riot; segregation; jim crow; southern; lynch mob; mob law; ymca; ywca; poro college; wheatley branch; st. louis post-dispatch; police cover-up; president Woodrow Wilson; district council naacp; pershing's army; red cross; kinloch park; spingarn medal; webster groves; farmington; lawrence demsey; The Nation's Council; war propoganda; johnnie woods; birth of a nation; st. louis giants; all-nations' baseball club; negro league baseball
|St. Louis Argus, August 31, 1917|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated 8/31/1917
Keywords: colored soldiers; world war 1; military draft; Leroy Bundy; segregation; pythian hall; Roscoe Simmons; webster groves; macon; cape girardeau; edwardsville; clayton; st. clair; woman's day; poro college; 24th Infantry; lynch mob; ymca; booker washington theater; comet; the houston outbreak; riot
|St. Louis Argus, June 29, 1917|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated: 6/29/1917
Keywords: ymca; ywca; draft; ww1; great war; negro soldiers; naacp; poro college; Annie Malone; Y membership campaign; lynch mob; negro exodus; northern migration; great migration; fort des moines; Tuskegee institute; Lt. Charles Young; president woodrow wilson; st. charles; macon; webster groves; farmington; st. louis giants; negro league baseball; booker washington theater; charles turpin
|St. Louis Argus: January 21, 1916|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated: 1/21/1916
Keywords: charles turpin; Joe Bright; Emma Fredericks; Florence Sewell; C.H. Turner; homer g. phillips; ymca; ywca; slaughter system; kinloch; jefferson city; webster groves; meacham park; race patronage; lynch mob; charles k. cohen; anti-segregation meeting; mass meeting; Youngstown Ohio; judge shields; naacp; city charter; geo l. vaughn; simmons school
|Leo Frank and the Murder of Little Mary Phagan - Mary Phagan Kean|
CENTENNIAL REVIEW (Published on April 26, 2013): The Murder of Little Mary Phagan was written by Mary Phagan-Kean (Born: Friday, June 5, 1953) & published by New Horizon Press (September 15, 1989). 'The Murder of Little Mary Phagan' by Mary Phagan-Kean is an exceptionally insightful semi-autobiographical sketch detailing a fascinating journey exploring one of the most infamous & sensational criminal cases in the annals of early 20th century Southern legal history...
Keywords: Mary Phagan; Leo Frank; Pedophilia; Anti-Semitism; Jewish; Jew; Anti-Semite; Racism; Confederate; Ku Klux Klan; Lynch Mob; Kidnapping; Murder; Rape; Strangulation; Atlanta; Marrieta; Georgia; Lynched; Lynching; Death Sentence; KKK; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Tom Watson; John M. Slaton; B'nai B'rith; Hugh Dorsey; Govenor of Georgia; Hugh Dorsey; 1913; 1914; 1915; Kevin MacDonald
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|St. Louis Argus: August 25, 1916|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated: 8/25/1916
Keywords: yellow menace; japanese; judge waddill; segregation unconstitutional; madame c.j. walker; discrimination; negro business league; poro college; negro folk song festival; united railway; webster groves; meacham park; kinloch; elmwood park; east st. louis; lynch mob; northern migration; cuban stars; st. louis giants; The nigger movie; negro league baseball
|St. Louis Argus, February 4, 1921|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated 2/4/1921 Issue MUST be revisited for repairs, print quality is TERRIBLE. Unreadable in many places.
Keywords: klu klux klan; governor hyde; lynch mob; lynching; segregation; A.E. Malone; Henry Lincoln Johnson; The Nation; Villard; st. louis city; negro population; ywca; ymca; madame c.j. walker; square deal; President Harding; Dr. C.H. Phillips; people's hospital; st. louis pioneers base ball; negro league baseball; st. louis giants; charles mills; poro college; annie malone; black newspaper
|St. Louis Argus, May 20, 1921|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated: 5/20/1921 Interesting article featuring "word from a Klansman" posted in the editorial section giving insight to the mind behind the prejudiced organization...
Keywords: klu klux klan; fire fighters; J.E. Mitchell; Governor Hyde; tarred and feathered; lynch mob; Bishop Clinton; Orphan Home; ymca; ywca; Marcus Garvey; Garvey Movement; naacp; board of education; segregation; schools; negro business league; poro girls; poro college; union station; negro fire company; chinese immigrants; bowling green water; lincoln institute; peonage plan; civil service department; president harding; birth of a nation; rolla; webster groves; kirkwood; st. louis giants; negro league baseball; baseballhoward university; klansman; black press
|St. Louis Argus, January 28, 1921|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated 1/28/1921 Issue suffers from very light print--due in part to poor quality of film scanned, I've done my best to make it readable.
Keywords: st. louis; black newspaper; memphis; gasoline explosion; A.W. Lloyd; President Taft; Negro rights; civil rights; J.A. Lankford; Oswald Garrison Villard; lynch mob; I. H. Bradbury; Bishop N.C. Cleaves; unemployment; Douglass Life Insurance Company; William H. Moshy; 23rd Ward Improvement Association; Lincoln College; Black University; Pine Street YMCA; Phyllis Wheatley YWCA; Sumner High School; Poro College; Jim Crow; Columbia; Kirkwood; Webster Groves; segregation
|The Leo Frank Case (Mary Phagan) Inside Story of Georgia's Greatest Murder Mystery 1913 - Atlanta Publishing Company|
The [Leo] Frank Case (1913), is the first book ever published on the topic, and because of the incendiary controversy surrounding the sensational trial of Leo Frank, the producer chose to not include the authors real name or even use a nom de plume. The anonymously published 'The [Leo] Frank Case' is one of the rare neutral and impartial treatments of this infamous affair, and offers insights found in no other works written about the Mary Phagan murder mystery investigation, Coroner's Inquest, G...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; Atlanta; Georgia; Jim Conley; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Newt Lee; 1913; April 26; Judaism; Murder; Lynching; Lynch Law; Capital Punishment; Pedophile; Pedophilia; Mary Phagan; Leo Frank; Anti-Semitism; Jewish; Jew; Anti-Semitism; Racism; Confederate; Ku Klux Klan; Lynch Mob; Kidnapping; Murder; Rape; Strangulation; Atlanta; Marrieta; Georgia; Lynched; Lynching; Death Sentence; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; Tom Watson; John M. Slaton; B'nai B'rith; Hugh Dorsey; Govenor of Georgia; 1913
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